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If you fought at Imjin, please leave any memories below that you have of the battle. If any of your relatives fought and you would like to leave their stores of the battle or to commemorate their name then please add the details below. If anyone from Korea would like to leave any comments then you are most welcome as well - in English or Korean. (In Korean - 한국 사람이 의견을 남기고 싶다면 영어 또는 한국어로도 환영합니다.)

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Jeanette Haines from Worcester wrote on October 19, 2021 at 6:16 pm
John Hall, fought at injin, shared many stories with us, he was a pow, and was caught feeding starving soldiers locked up to starve to death, he was put to work in the fields so he filled his boots with grain and was pushing it under the sheds to keep them alive, he was found out and torchered, but survived
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Lisa Collins from Bristol, UK wrote on July 23, 2021 at 8:47 pm
My grandfather, Kenneth Herbert Collins, was a Glorious Glocester who fought and was captured at Imjin River; this year my Dad, one of his sons, pulled out his box and it was full of letters, documents and items related to Grandad's time in the unit, his time in the POW camp and after as well. Hoping to be able to share it soon with anyone interested.

I am grateful for everyone honouring the memory of his unit, and him in turn.
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margaret calamatta from Rodd Point, SYDNEY wrote on June 30, 2021 at 8:07 am
My dad, now deceased, was one of the Glorious Glosters at the Imjin River Battle. After his death I found some rather jumbled tapes he had made covering his army service in WW2 as a POW and the last tape his time in Korea.

I had them uploaded to a POW site and if you are interested you can visit this site and cursor down to Percy Vanburg and listen to tape 4 which covers Korea.

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